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&a" with "washington post cars"column , warren brown >> lindsay gramm is the keynote speaker at a forum on terrorism posted by the american enterprise institute. live coverage starts up 12:30 p.m. eastern on c-span. >> when the conservatives were in opposition, but regularly complained about the fact that prime minister's questions is only once a week. now that the prime minister knows just how enjoyable the experience is, does he plan to bring it back to twice a week? >> it is actually one of the few things that tony blair did that i the early approval. -- that i thoroughly approval. -- approve of. >> prime minister david cameron square off with. harmon on human trafficking in the uk. the prime minister also answered questions on whether question time should be held twice a week and then housing spending cuts. and then housing spending cuts.
. senator lindsay graham, republican south carolina, was a key to getting a deal to building a facility in the u.s. that could replace gitmo, a place in the u.s. that could you place a number of these prisoners. lindsay graham hasn't had a conversation about this since may. had he a good conversation going with the white house and it ended. he said it was if it were hit by a predator drone and went off the landscape. they recognized that nothing is going to happen on this and with a more republican house, a more republican senate, there's even less chance of getting any kind of a replacement forg gitmo. >> so this is even during the campaign, something that the human eye spar about a lot. >> you said it will never close. >> never close. >> i still think it should. >> one of the earliest goals was closing guantanamo. >> closed within the first year. >> yeah, you're absolutely right. it's sort of the political -- >> jimmy carter granted amnesty and broke said that he would close down gitmo. >> i can't wait to get jimmy on this show. >> he's got the book. i think he likes me, tom. >> wait.
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